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|BUS 3680: Social Enterprise|
|Examines "blended value" businesses designed to achieve both financial return and social benefit. Incorporates lectures, case studies, guest speakers, and preparation of a social enterprise business plan to study commercial ventures operated by nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Emphasizes the unique rewards and cultural, human resource, legal, and financial challenges of earned-income ventures within mission-based organizations. Grades for this course will be submitted after participation in spring quarter’s Social Venture Plan Competition.|
|Demaray Hall 254
Demaray Hall 254
|Restrictions: Accounting, Business Administration, Global Development Studies majors only. Freshman students are excluded.